President Obama, Citizen Julia and Other Fictitiously Enlightened People

May 21st, 2012

By Dan Miller Reality can be unpleasant. Unreality can bring temporary happiness. Fluff masquerading as news can bring longer lasting ennui. If during the 2008 presidential campaign the media had “vetted” Candidate Obama even tepidly, they might have exposed realities that many would have found disturbing. That could have had unpleasant consequences for some and […]


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The Marine Hymn needs to be rewritten, badly. I have tried.

May 14th, 2012

By Dan Miller It’s beastly and must never again be sung until changed. Then, we can finally be as proud of our country as we are of President and Mrs. Obama. Here are verses from the disgustingly warlike Marine Hymn: From the Halls of Montezuma To the Shores of Tripoli, We fight our country’s battles […]


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If You Had Sex with Rick Perry, Raise Your Hand

August 18th, 2011

By Tom Carter Well, we’re off to the races!  According to Salon.com, a Ron Paul supporter is running an ad in an alternative newspaper in Austin raising the question we all want asked: “Have you ever had sex with Rick Perry?”  The ad calls for a response from strippers, escorts, and young hotties who may have […]


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Five Arguments Against Gay Marriage

June 24th, 2011

By Seth Forman Society must brace for corrosive change. Putting gay unions on a legal par with heterosexual ones may radically alter our culture. New York State, the media report with poorly disguised elation, is set to legally redefine marriage to include relationships between two same-sex adults. Before this happens, people of good conscience, supporters […]


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Eyes of Babylon in New York

June 17th, 2011

By Jan Barry Jeff Key took the long road—via Iraq, a ditch in Texas and many other way stations across America—to perform on a New York stage. Key is currently presenting a slice of his own life as a gay Marine in his one-man show, “The Eyes of Babylon,” at 59E59 Theaters. Reviewers have stretched […]


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